dog behavior

I need to list how to help a dog lose weight who is over weight by 10 pounds and how their weight gain can have bad affects on their behavior I was wondering if anyone could give me a website that might help thanks :)

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  1. I have found that Pro-Plan Weigh Management dog food works well. We have a sheltie that went from 38 lbs. to 28 lbs. and holds there. Very healthy.

    Here is a site on dog obesity.

    http://www.peteducation.com/category_summary.cfm?cls=2&cat=1660

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  2. All you do is; don't feed as much; feed diet foods and don't give as many treats. And you can also take ur dog on 2 walks a day 1:00pm and then @ 6:00pm. It helped my dog!

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